Cover Reveal: Wolfhound Empire
We’re delighted to reveal the cover for Peter Higgins’ incredible Wolfhound Empire, which is adorned with an illustration by the ridiculously talented Jeffrey Alan Love. This omnibus edition contains all three books in the trilogy – Wolfhound Century, Truth and Fear and Radiant State. Set in the Vlast, a superbly imagined ‘other’ Russia, between these […]Read More
Five Great Ocean SciFi Scenes: A Guest Post by Jon Wallace
We are thrilled to welcome back Jon Wallace to the Gollancz Blog. Jon Wallace shares with us a guest blog post about his new novel Rig. The third installment in the Kenstibec series, Rig, is set largely at sea – specifically the Arctic Ocean. Rig is available now in trade paperback and ebook. To celebrate […]Read More
Exclusive Interview with Jon Wallace
We are delighted to welcome Jon Wallace back to the Gollancz Blog. We caught up with Jon in an exclusive interview and we’ve asked him a few questions about books, writing, SFF, characters, writing rituals and more. Who is your favourite author? Hard to select but I’ll choose Jack Womack, because Terraplane is the finest […]Read More
Cover Reveal: REVENGER
We are thrilled to share with you the cover for Alastair Reynolds new epic space adventure Revenger. Revenger is an epic story of adventure set in the rubble of a ruined universe, this is a deep space heist story of kidnap, betrayal, alien artefacts and revenge . . . The galaxy has seen great empires […]Read More
Happy Publication Day 25th May 2016!
It’s publication day for two of our more literary science fiction authors. The first is a modern collection of short fiction from one of the most exciting new voices in science fiction, Hannu Rajaniemi. The second is a new addition to our SF Masterworks series, which collects only the absolute best science fiction ever published, […]Read More
Happy Publication Day 19th May 2016
It’s publication day again. And that means books! Like a dog chasing a car it’s impossible not to get excited every time one of these comes around. Especially when we have two such great books being published. One fantasy, one science fiction, both brilliant. You’ve heard of Arthur C. Clarke, right? In 1971, he wrote […]Read More
Unknowability A Guest Post By Paul McAuley
We are thrilled to welcome Paul McAuley back to the Gollancz Blog. In this guest post Paul McAuley answers one of the most important questions of our time: why do we write about aliens? Read on and find out . . . What do we write about when we write about aliens? Of course, we […]Read More
The Five Things That Make World-Class Science Fiction a Guest Post by Alex Lamb
We are delighted to welcome Alex Lamb back to the Gollancz Blog. Alex’s latest book, Nemesis, the sequel to the hard-hitting and action-packed Roboteer, is out now in bookshops.We asked Alex to tell us the five things that make world-class Science Fiction. Here’s what he had to say . . . I’ve spent my life […]Read More
Happy Publication Day 28th April 2016!
Looking for some super science fiction for this long bank holiday weekend? It’s the paperback release of The Tabit Genesis today, and paperbacks are just perfectly suited to being slipped into your pocket whenever you’re not relaxing and reading. Which should be almost never, right? The Tabit Genesis by Tony Gonzales is full of epic […]Read More
On Writing Nemesis a Guest Post by Alex Lamb
We are delighted to welcome Alex Lamb back to the Gollancz Blog. Alex’s latest book, Nemesis, the sequel to the hard-hitting and action-packed Roboteer, is out now in bookshops. To celebrate the publication of Nemesis we asked Alex to tell us about the process of writing the book and following up the epic Roboteer. How […]Read More
Happy Publication Day 21st April 2016!
On this Thursday, 21 April, let it be known that two absolutely corking sequels have been released into the science fiction wilds. Go forth and hunt them down! The first is by the modern master of SF, Paul McAuley, who takes you Into Everywhere with the Jackaroo. Are they really here to help us? Then […]Read More
Cover Reveal: Beyond the Aquila Rift
We are thrilled to be able to share with you the stunning cover for Alastair Reynolds new short story collection, Beyond the Aquila Rift. This is an amazing collection of some of the best short fiction ever written in the SF genre, by an author acclaimed as ‘the mastersinger of space opera’ THE TIMES. This […]Read More
Gollancz welcomes Iain M. Banks to the SF Masterworks list
Gollancz is delighted to announce that it will be publishing an SF Masterworks edition of Iain M. Banks’ BSFA Award-winning Feersum Endjinn. The SF Masterworks list is over 100 books strong and contains many of the finest voices in British and world science fiction. The list was founded by the Chairman of Gollancz, Malcolm Edwards, […]Read More
Introducing The Ship: A Guest Post by Antonia Honeywell
We are delighted to welcome Antonia Honeywell to the blog. Antonia Honeywell is the author of The Ship, published by our sister imprint W&N. Antonia Honeywell also took part in the #GollanczFest15 and in this post discusses the festival and her love of SFF. I’ve never been in with the in crowd. Ever. The trauma […]Read More
Can you pass Kenstibec’s Driving Test?
We are delighted to welcome Jon Wallace back to the Gollancz Blog. Jon Wallace’s new books Steeple is out today in paperback and to celebrate we’ve got a special treat. Join us as we find out what it takes to pass Kenstibec’s driving test . . . Jon Wallace’s Kenstibec books are twisted, darkly humorous […]Read More